Can we run BRMS/BPM 6 with SVN or without GIT (may be filesystem based)?

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Environment

  • Red Hat JBoss BRMS
    • 6.x
  • Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite
    • 6.x

Issue

  • We know that GIT is the default repository implementation for BRMS/BPM 6, but we use SVN. Is there any way to run BRMS/BPM 6 with SVN or without GIT (may be filesystem based)?
  • I understand that the BRMS server repository is GIT. Do I have other options for a repository like a database or other source control(like svn for example)?

Resolution

  • Git is used as an internal repository of BRMS/BPMS 6. It is used as JCR which was used in a previous version (BRMS 5). There is not need to interact directly with it, it is used internally by the product and it is installed transparently.

  • Currently BRMS/BPM Suite 6 does not support filesystem or any other backend as an internal repository.

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1 Comments

complete version control is embedded in BRMS with GIT? it automatically commits the changes and if needed pull previous version for build and deployment, is that correct? for Audit purposes, Timeline can be downloaded from business-central web app?